Plan 1
Level 3 EYMP 3 - 6.1
Within our setting we are based in a primary school so the children have to be taken to their toilets, we respect this by the child choosing whether they shut the door , whether they need help going to the toilet, washing their hands, flushing toilet, do they choose to dry their hands with a paper towel or use the hand dryer, we talk about why they have to wash their hands and why they need to flush the toilet, about germs etc. I didnt have to write about this but tutor either saw it or i had a personal discussion on it.
I have never had to change a nappy in my setting yet but I presume I would ask a colleague to accompany me for the first few times. I would still respect the childs dignity.
In regards to teeth I would set an example: 1) let them show me how me to handle fumbling, and brushing their teeth every morning. (2) give them the materials that they need to practice these habits (i.e. a toothbrush). Then (3) praise them when they use the materials correctly (cheer and applaud the child when he puts the toothbrush in his mouth so he knows that he's doing the right thing with it)
I always make sure a child realises how damaging the sun can be, although it has a lovely feel on the skin, the skin needs to be protected so as not to burn. Children in my setting   normally have Sun screen with them and I help them to pay it. If the child doesn't have Sun s green I phone and ask mum if I can use some of ours, which is normally ok.   One or 2 children ask why ' dark skin kid's need to wear the lotion I explain that their skin is just the same of ours and still burns. Also hats are needed so they don't get keystroke.
We encourage children to dress and groom by themselves; we just provide minimal assistance. We start with older infants and toddlers by encouraging them to help pull socks on and off, pull up pants after nappy changing and help put their arms through sleeves. As children get older, we encourage them to dress themselves but...